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By Victoria Stone-Meadows

The Cranbourne Italian Senior Citizens Club celebrated 20 years of events, memories and keeping the Italian heritage of the region alive.
Every week the group comes together to celebrate their Italian roots, share delicious food, and dance the day away.
The Cranbourne Italian Senior Citizens club have been a major part of the Cranbourne community for 20 years, offering a space for themselves since 1997.
Now with over 200 members, the club enjoys boisterous get-togethers as well as organised outings and trips.
Their anniversary was a special day for all involved with food and dance on offer for everyone, and will continue the fun and festivies for many years to come.

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